Your Horoscope by Susan Miller
The Gemini who will do best with this new moon will have a birthday that falls on May 28, plus or minus four days. Also set to benefit are those Gemini with Leo rising at eight degrees, your natal moon in Leo at that degree, or a natal planet in Aries, Leo, Sagittarius, Gemini, Libra, or Aquarius at eight degrees, plus or minus five degrees.
This won’t be a banner month for romance—you will be too preoccupied with money and projects to think about love. August will be a far better month, I promise. You will be able to travel and have fun, and the trying days of July will become a distant memory. Your adaptability and flexibility are your secret to success.
Changes in the source of your income and other financials are coming, due to the appearance of the solar eclipse in Cancer, July 2. You may change jobs, earn a substantial raise, or, if you are self-employed, you may see one client leave yet win a new client. Your work will need to be detailed, for Saturn will oppose the Sun and moon. You will need to take your time to be sure all you do is accurate.
You might have to give up a former source of income, but with more money possibly coming in, you seem to stay ahead of the game. You may need to speak to your accountant or another financial advisor to make sure you handle the extra income in a savvy way. Saturn and Pluto are in your house of other people’s money, so you will be learning rules and standards to follow, such as about taxes or insurance. If you are self-employed, because you are hosting Saturn in the eighth house, clients may be slow to pay—or not pay at all if one goes bankrupt. To protect yourself, ask for half of your fee up front.
By July 16, the full moon lunar eclipse in Capricorn will again emphasize financial matters and center on the money you owe others (taxes, loans, mortgage), as well as money others owe you (a court settlement, divorce settlement, or insurance payout, as some examples).